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Wâpahki Documentary Coordinator

Chokecherry Studios is looking for a passionate young person to join our team! This full-time, 6-month work experience placement is part of the CreateAction Inclusive Social Innovation program. The Wâpahki Documentary Coordinator will be a part of a network of CreateAction participants and will join in regular peer learning sessions and evaluation activities delivered by the program partners: the Canadian CED Network, the National Association of Friendship Centres, and the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation.

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20 May 2021
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60 Million Reasons to Reverse Economic Leakage

2:00pm Pacific Time (5:00pm Eastern Time)Innovate BC Webinar Series logo

Samuel served a 3 year term on Council for the Ermineskin Tribe from 2011 to 2014.  While Finance portfolio (2012/13), Samuel partnered with Council from neighboring First Nations and commissioned a Maskwacis Cree Economic Leakage study. 

Samuel will share his experience and consultant methodology that developed the data that helped chart a path forward for the Neyaskweyahk Group of Companies Inc. business development from 2014 - 2020

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Speaker 

Samuel MindeSamuel Minde is tribal citizen of the Ermineskin Tribe.  The Ermineskin Cree Nation is located side by side by side of the Samson Cree, Louis Bull Tribe and the Montana First Nation(s), collectively are the Maskwacis Cree.  The Maskwacis Cree are Treaty 6 Nations located in what is now known as central Alberta in between the major cities of Edmonton and Calgary. 

Samuel's education credentials are having earned a Master's degree in Business in Indigenous Business and Leadership from Simon Fraser University Beedie School of Business (2017), a Bachelor of Management from Athabasca University (2007) and a Diploma in Management from Red Deer College (2005). 

Samuels experience is rooted in First Nations governance and strategy.  His entrepreneurial spirit and courage frame his leadership style and relationships, as such, Samuel has served in various Leadership roles and provide guidance to First Nations Councils, Boards and Committees.  From 2014 to 2020 Samuel invested his time and energy with the Neyaskweyahk Group of Companies as Chief Executive Officer and from 2011 to 2014 Samuel was an elected leader for the Ermineskin Cree Nation.   He currently serves as the Executive Director for the Ochapowace Nation. 

Samuel also started a consulting company called "BlueSky Business Design."  Bluesky Business Design is created to elevate First Nations organizations and entrepreneurs realize a return on investment. From start to finish, we work with you offering independent, highly objective advice to enable you and your organization advance your Vision and Mission.

Pathways for Inclusive and Sustainable Recoveries - CANSEE 2021

Logo of Inclusive and Sustainable RecoveriesThe COVID-19 pandemic has clearly exposed systemic vulnerabilities in our current economic systems. These vulnerabilities have exacerbated social inequalities, health, and the climate crisis, and exposed how deeply intertwined our social, environmental, and economic systems are. It is with this realization that we must reimagine the structures that failed us with increased intensity, urgency and creativity, if we are to catalyze solutions for a sustainable recovery. Governments, NGOs, and civil society will each play critical roles in shaping this transition. This conference uses an ecological economics lens to engage with these various actors to inform workable, effective, and inclusive public policy solutions that address the ecological challenges our society faces. We recognize that these solutions are inherently complex, like the system they work in. We encourage presenters to discuss transformative policies that address social and ecological inequalities across regions and between generations.

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Community Wealth Building Wednesdays — Social Procurement Webinar Series

Banner with text: "Community Wealth Building Wednesdays - SOCIAL PROCUREMENT Webinar Series. May 6. June 2. June 9. June 16. June 23. Exploring Community Wealth Building Through Social Procurement in Ontario. This series is brought to you by Buy Social Canada in partnership with the Ontario Nonprofit Network, Canadian CED Network, Ontario Trillium Foundation, and AnchorTO."

What If We Strengthened the Social Procurement Ecosystem in Ontario?
Community wealth and community capital is being created throughout Ontario via Social Procurement. Buy Social Canada in partnership with the Ontario Nonprofit Network, Canadian CED Network, Ontario Trillium Foundation and AnchorTO invite you to a webinar series designed to strengthen and connect the social procurement and social enterprise ecosystems across Ontario.

The intention of this series is to enhance organizational and individual capacity, strengthen awareness, share public policy models, and identify and explore the future of social procurement ecosystem opportunities.

The series includes four Webinars and a Wrap Up Dialogue. Sessions will take place weekly, on Wednesdays from 1:00-2:30 pm EDT, starting on May 26.

May 26: Building Supply Side through Social Enterprises

June 2: Building Demand Side through Purchasing of Goods and Services

June 9: Building Demand Side through Construction Projects

June 16: Building Community Wealth and Community Capital

June 23: Wrap Up Dialogue

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Community Wealth Building Wednesdays — Social Procurement Webinar Series

Banner with text: "Community Wealth Building Wednesdays - SOCIAL PROCUREMENT Webinar Series. May 6. June 2. June 9. June 16. June 23. Exploring Community Wealth Building Through Social Procurement in Ontario. This series is brought to you by Buy Social Canada in partnership with the Ontario Nonprofit Network, Canadian CED Network, Ontario Trillium Foundation, and AnchorTO."

What If We Strengthened the Social Procurement Ecosystem in Ontario?
Community wealth and community capital is being created throughout Ontario via Social Procurement. Buy Social Canada in partnership with the Ontario Nonprofit Network, Canadian CED Network, Ontario Trillium Foundation and AnchorTO invite you to a webinar series designed to strengthen and connect the social procurement and social enterprise ecosystems across Ontario.

The intention of this series is to enhance organizational and individual capacity, strengthen awareness, share public policy models, and identify and explore the future of social procurement ecosystem opportunities.

The series includes four Webinars and a Wrap Up Dialogue. Sessions will take place weekly, on Wednesdays from 1:00-2:30 pm EDT, starting on May 26.

May 26: Building Supply Side through Social Enterprises

June 2: Building Demand Side through Purchasing of Goods and Services

June 9: Building Demand Side through Construction Projects

June 16: Building Community Wealth and Community Capital

June 23: Wrap Up Dialogue

Learn more and register

Community Wealth Building Wednesdays — Social Procurement Webinar Series

Banner with text: "Community Wealth Building Wednesdays - SOCIAL PROCUREMENT Webinar Series. May 6. June 2. June 9. June 16. June 23. Exploring Community Wealth Building Through Social Procurement in Ontario. This series is brought to you by Buy Social Canada in partnership with the Ontario Nonprofit Network, Canadian CED Network, Ontario Trillium Foundation, and AnchorTO."

What If We Strengthened the Social Procurement Ecosystem in Ontario?
Community wealth and community capital is being created throughout Ontario via Social Procurement. Buy Social Canada in partnership with the Ontario Nonprofit Network, Canadian CED Network, Ontario Trillium Foundation and AnchorTO invite you to a webinar series designed to strengthen and connect the social procurement and social enterprise ecosystems across Ontario.

The intention of this series is to enhance organizational and individual capacity, strengthen awareness, share public policy models, and identify and explore the future of social procurement ecosystem opportunities.

The series includes four Webinars and a Wrap Up Dialogue. Sessions will take place weekly, on Wednesdays from 1:00-2:30 pm EDT, starting on May 26.

May 26: Building Supply Side through Social Enterprises

June 2: Building Demand Side through Purchasing of Goods and Services

June 9: Building Demand Side through Construction Projects

June 16: Building Community Wealth and Community Capital

June 23: Wrap Up Dialogue

Learn more and register

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